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A Day In The Life - Jeremey Littleton

There have been movies filmed, television shows broadcast that have spanned decades, and our culture as a whole has a bit of a fascination with the idea and drama inherent to the drive behind delivering emergency medicine. We took a few minutes to sit down with our own Jeremey Littleton to discuss a day in the life of an Emergency Medical Clinician, what the plans are for providing consistent community care, and how he and others in EMS work to coordinate life-saving care for those in our region!

Heart Awareness - MHCC

Each year, about 610,000 people die from heart disease, equaling one in four deaths a year in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control. With heart disease the leading cause of death for both men and women, it's important to know the risk factors and ways to maintain a heart healthy lifestyle.

Is It Strep? A List of Common Symptoms

It's that time of year again. A sore throat starts, followed quickly by a fever and the question comes to your mind as you watch your child become ill, "Is it strep throat?" Below we have listed some common symptoms to review.

6 Signs of Heart Attack in Women

You've seen it on television or in the movies. A heart attack is written into the storyline and a favorite character grabs their chest or their left arm in agony and slumps into their seat in pain. This dramatization of a heart attack has become all too common as a way to convey immediately something is wrong. But in real life, a heart attack can often look (and especially feel) much different than what we see in dramas.

Dealing With The Cold

Cold temperatures have descended upon our corner of Wyoming, and while they haven't yet exceeded the records established in 1962 and 1963, it's pretty darn cold out there. Wyomingites are used to cold winters, but with the extreme cold comes health concerns we all must take into consideration, especially if we have to get out and about in it.

10 Practical Ways to Keep Your New Year's Resolutions

The New Year is a great time to consider your health and how you can improve it. Many times people create New Year’s resolutions around diet and exercise programs they hope to implement. The challenge comes when it’s time to execute the changes into your day-to-day life. Here are ten practical ways to keep your New Year’s resolution and meet your diet and weight loss goals.

4 Ways To tell If It's A Cold or Allergies

When you aren't feeling well it can be hard to distinguish what may be going on. You would do just about anything to shake the awful feeling that's dragging you down. But do you have allergies or is it a cold? This is a common question patients have because the symptoms can be similar, so many people confuse them. Knowing the difference between allergies and a cold can result in feeling better faster because you'll know what treatment to pursue.

Safe Handling and Prep For Cooking Your Thanksgiving Turkey

Thanksgiving is coming up. And if like most of us, you've got the turkey, you're about to either cook or consume on your mind, we have some helpful hints, tips, and ideas to keep your food handling as safe as possible and help you also limit or repurpose those leftovers!

5 Tips For Running in the Dark

Whether you are a veteran runner or just starting, we all have our preferred time of day that naturally works within our schedules: early am, midday, after work. However, you can fit in a run is usually based on the natural rhythm to your day. But with our nights getting longer, running with no natural light will become a reality soon enough. A hurdle many runners face every year about this time is acclimating into safely and successfully running outside in the dark.